Hello Gopala Krishna,
as one of the original contributors to Transcalc
(which was then incorporated into Qucs as Qucs Transcalc) I feel
compelled to comment 8-)
> I had a question regarding qucs
transcalc. I was researching ways to
> improve the GUI as it seems to
be unpleasant to eyes (my personal
> opinion) currently.
you didn't see the Agilent LineCalc GUI...
> Now i have worked out
the GUI on the qt designer and seems to be better.
> The current
> The proposed one
Besides the fact that in these screenshots "Z0o" and "Z0e" have been
merged into a single "Z0" the proposed GUI looks indeed nice.
for this i need to know whether there will be further additions of
new transmission lines. If so, will the number of parameters increase
more than that of currently ?
Here only time will tell... hopefully
there will be more transmission line types one day and I think that
potentially you could have more parameters. Even with only two coupled
lines if you have coupled coplanar waveguides I think you have at least
one more parameter (edge ground spacing). So it is probably better to
take int account the possibility to have scrollbars for all the
> Message du 28/02/08 à 15h21
> De : "Gopala Krishna" <krishna.ggk@...>
> A : qucs-devel@...
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> Objet : [Qucs-devel] qucs transcalc question
> I had a question regarding qucs transcalc. I was researching ways to
> improve the GUI as it seems to be unpleasant to eyes (my personal
> opinion) currently. Especially i feel the GUI of the qucs-qt4 is
> horribly done by me.
> Now i have worked out the GUI on the qt designer and seems to be better.
> The current interface
> The proposed one
look much better than in my window version
physical parameters (W and L ) should be separated to the Electrical (Zo and Ang)
Analyse button could show an arrow ">>>" from physical to Electrical
and vice versa for the Synthesis button "<<<"
Freq is independent
keep the good work